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Community Kokua – CPB Foundation Donates Over $300,000 to #KeepHawaiiCooking

In less than a week, local families joined with Central Pacific Bank and Central Pacific Bank Foundation’s #KeepHawaiiCooking initiative to achieve a goal of 10,000 meals shared with the community, by splitting the bill and covering 50 percent of the tab for food ordered from favorite local restaurants. The program, which launched on March 27,....
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Community Focus – Hawaii Foodbank’s COVID-19 Response

As the COVID-19 situation intensifies, Hawaii Foodbank is facing an unprecedented challenge of providing food for people affected by the pandemic while continuing to meet the nutritional needs of one in eight Hawai‘i residents already struggling with food insecurity. The current pandemic has closed schools and community centers, creating a gap in meals for countless....
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KBFD – Korean Programming

“Mother of Mine,” Wednesday and Thursday at 10 p.m.; re-airs on Thursday and Friday at 1 p.m. While running a small beef soup restaurant, Sun-Ja Park raised her three daughters Mi-Sun, Mi-Ri and Mi-Hye alone. She still runs the restaurant and her three daughters are all grown up. Sun-Ja's first daughter, Mi-Sun, is married and....
Honolulu Hiroshima Kenjin Kai president Wayne Miyao (far left), Hiroshima Prefecture governor Hidehiko Yuzaki (center) and Tökyö Hiroshima-Ken People’s Association president Yoshiki Paul Otake, gather for a group photo after signing of documents establishing the sister kenjinkai relationship. (Photos by Brandon Saigusa)

Community Focus – Honolulu Hiroshima Kenjin Kai Establishes Relationship with Tokyo Hiroshima Kenjin Kai

After two years of meetings and negotiations, the Honolulu Hiroshima Kenjin Kai formalized a sister kenjinkai relationship with the Tökyö Hiroshima-Ken People’s Association at a signing ceremony at the THKPA’s shinnen enkai (New Year’s banquet) at the Shinagawa Prince Hotel in Tökyö on Jan. 20.
Students greet their sensei at beginning of class. From left: Ai vanDeventer, Aya Okimoto, Yuu vanDeventer, Jamelyn Tomori, Cora Saito, and Kenjiro Otake.

Lead Story – Chado, the Next Generation

Young Students Learn to Be Mindful In A Fast-Moving World Jodie Chiemi Ching The tradition of Chadö, or the Way of Tea, is a practice of cultivating harmony, respect, purity and tranquility. These are universal principles that can help ease some of the anxiety caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Last fall, I visited a children’s....
'Marigold in 4 Minutes.'

KIKU

“Beautiful Strangers,“ premiers on Monday, May 11 at 4 p.m.; Monday through Friday, 4 p.m. Kristine befriends a homeless girl named Leah, only to learn that her real name is Joyce and she was sexually abused by Kristine's father. Eventually the truth comes out. Will their friendship be able to withstand reality?
Comic Shushin, April 17 2020 Issue

Shushin

Bishop Ryokan Ara Tendai Mission of Hawaii Donna toki demo, Arigatou no hitokoto wo wasurenai koto. Always remember to say "Thank you."
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Yosenabe (Hot Pot)

Prep time 20 min. Cooking time: 20 min. Total time: 40 min. 4 servings Ingredients ¼ cup tsuyu (soup base) ¾ cup water ¼ Tbsp. cooking mirin 1 pkg. sanukiya udon 1 cup cabbage (chopped) 5 pieces shrimp (shell on) 2 fish fillets (cut into...
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